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Anatolia Antiqua is an international journal of Anatolian archaeology. Published by the French Institute of Anatolian Studies, it is ongoing since 1988. From 1995 onwards, it is published every year in the last week of May, at the time the annual Symposium of Anatolian Archaeology takes place.

The vocation of Anatolia Antiqua is twofold. First, it allows the dissemination of new data through the rapid publication of preliminary reports of French excavations and surveys conducted in Turkey. In addition, the journal gives a large place to academic research articles.

Essentially French-speaking, the magazine also publishes articles in English and German. Anatolia Antiqua welcomes the work of the best specialists working in all areas of Anatolian archeology, from Prehistory to the Seljuk period.

The quality is ensured by a double blind peer review process, and the vigilance of an international scientific committee, whose editorial decisions are sovereign.

In its print form, Anatolia Antiqua is available through the Librairie De Boccard in Paris.

Issues I to XXI are available on Persée

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